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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-15-2009, 12:27 AM Thread Starter
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Found this interesting, thought I would share.

Compare the Arctic Cat 1000 to the Teryx 750

.............................Arctic cat......................Teryx
Wheel base..................75.......................... .79.6

Ground clearance.........10...........................11. 7

Dry weight.................1243....................... ..1411

Width..........................60................. ...........58.5

Height.........................75................. ...........79.0

Length.......................118.5................ ........116.4



The part I found interesting is the Teryx has 4.6 inches longer wheel base and is 2.1 inches shorter in over all length.


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as well as the ground clearance

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And almost 170 lbs heavier
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damn I guess that means time to lose weight or spend some big cash, CRAP , I need another job! or a suger mama
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Does this mean the Teryx is beefier in good areas or bad, bet this could get heavy with all the accessories it will have on it in a while! ...hmmm... 840cc?

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Does this mean the Teryx is beefier in good areas or bad
I haven't spent much time under the Prowler to compare it to the Teryx. But,
I can say that the Teryx has the extra weight in the right places. Comparing the Rhino and Teryx, you'll see that the Teryx frame, control arms, suspension, etc is much beefier. I'll happily accept the weight for the added strength with the Teryx.
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